Club officials have returned from attending a very emotional goodbye to one of its past players – Tash Whale. A moving service, in recognition of the short life of a loving, well liked young lady, was held at a packed out church who heard the eulogy given by her elder brother, Callum, who also played for the club for many years. Callum’s words were brave, revealing and summed up the mood perfectly.
It brings home the fact that life is precious – enjoy it, embrace it. cherish it and make the most of it in a positive way.
We will remember Tash and our thoughts are with her family at this very sad time..

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